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  • Nicole Provensal; Haley Woods; Jessica Dude; Jillian Coburn; Nicholas Rinella; William Trautmann; Danielle Scadova (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Marine herbivores and algae can interact with each other in complicated ways. On one hand, herbivores reduce algal biomass through consumption; however, herbivores can also facilitate algal growth by supplying regenerated ...
  • Brooke M Hatanaka (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Determining procedures for finding solutions to polynomial equations has long been an important pursuit in the study of mathematics. One example, introduced in most high school algebra courses, is the method for solving ...
  • Nicole Mary DiFilippo; Morgan Doney (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Title: Family Engagement in the Infant/Toddler ClassroomIt can be challenging for families to leave their children in the care of someone else. Through involving families daily, children develop a stronger relationship ...
  • Meredith Allen; Emily .Buffard; Andrea Dimauro (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Feeling Whose Pain'| Exploring the Clinton '90s' Feeling Whose Pain maps American culture during the 1990s by surveying "Clinton's America.' Three research papers explore a collage of cultural contradictions and political ...
  • Amanda Archibald (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    During the early Middle Ages, women of high status could gain authority and secure their property by founding a monastery for women. Women with large inheritances were vulnerable to kidnap and forced marriage, and endowment ...
  • Ryan S Sullivan (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    In the aftermath of the unprecedented global financial collapse in 2008, the public remains skeptical of financial institutions. Much of the lead-up to this crisis has its roots in the steady expansion of the financial ...
  • Scott Dyer (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    In this paper, I examine the phenomena of trying to find meaning in existence, and the differing views between two prominent existential philosophers, Martin Heidegger and Jean-Paul Sartre. Sartre, in his book Being and ...
  • Amanda N Pires; James Dowd (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    How do neighborhood characteristics such as school quality and crime, as well as macroeconomic conditions affect the selling price of a home? Literature examined also incorporates physical characteristics of a home that ...
  • Allison Nicole Sonia (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Previous research on the topic of reading comprehension has examined how a person can acquire new vocabulary by seeing an unknown word in a text and inferring its meaning based on the context it is found in. This ability ...
  • Ryan Hayward (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    : We live in what we think of as a three-dimensional world. We justify this by noting that if a point is selected as the origin and three mutually perpendicular real number lines are drawn through the origin, then each ...
  • Jay T Whittemore (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Theorists assert that since the late 1960s, conservative politicians have used coded appeals'or 'dog whistle' messages to attract rural white voters. These messages have reflected, among other themes, anti-intellectual ...
  • Cassandra Stepanek; Keri Carr; Matthew Collins (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    This study sought to determine if agriculture education is included in elementary school curriculums in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. Insights will contribute to defining the state of agricultural education in NH and ...
  • Maureen Moran (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Nathaniel Bowditch (1773-1838) was an American mathematician who pulled himself out of a life of poverty through self-education. Fulfilling an early passion for mathematics, he taught himself advanced topics by reading the ...
  • Unknown author (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Click "Download" for the full Academic Excellence Conference 2015 Program.
  • Matthew J Pereira (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Revised abstract for AECMatthew Pereira?Gay Best Friend: Reshaping Ideologies of Gay Masculinity on Film?This study examines the 2013 film G.B.F (Gay Best Friend). This film is one of the few mainstream teen-comedies with ...
  • Jewel L Bean (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    This paper analyzes how Argentinean author Mart?n Kohan critiques the gendered nature of authoritarianism during General Jorge Rafael Videla's dictatorship (1976-1983). His novel School for Patriots (2007) is set at the ...
  • Amie Gagnon (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    In times of war, enemies are constructed through a process of dehumanization. This process takes on a myriad of different forms which then permeate societies to create an unnatural 'other'. Oftentimes, these 'others' are ...
  • Courtney Parsons (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    The purpose of this study is to evaluate the gender differences between females in upper-level foreign language major classes and upper-level Mathematics college courses for majors. The study focuses on the social construction ...
  • Bryanna C Weigel (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Twentieth century Spain experienced two distinct governments, the Second Republic (1931-1939) and the military regime of Francisco Franco (1939-1975). Women's position in society was critical to both. During the Second ...
  • Sean Millikan (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    The range of applications for gold complexes is rapidly growing since they have potential uses in chemical and biological sensing, electronics, and the pharmaceutical industry. This project involves the preparation of ...

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